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Flu and COVID-19: one visit, two vaccines

It's not too late—get your flu shot and updated COVID-19 vaccine.

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Why this matters to you

Getting vaccinated protects you, your family and your community. Getting your flu shot and updated COVID-19 vaccine offers the best protection against serious illness. You can safely get vaccinated for COVID at the same time you get a flu shot—one visit, two vaccines. Call ahead to make sure your provider has both vaccines.

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This page is for

  • All Veterans
  • Family members and caregivers

What you can do

Stay healthy this year—get your flu and COVID-19 vaccines

Get your flu shot and updated COVID-19 vaccine now to best protect yourself and your loved ones.

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When you get your flu shot, you reduce your risk of getting sick with flu. You will also help to reduce the spread of flu, so that you and your loved ones can enjoy a healthier year together.

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When you stay up to date with an updated COVID-19 vaccine, you will be protected against more recent COVID-19 strains.

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